|ROD MYERS 2021 INVITATION|
|Appointment||Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 11-12|
|Site||Duke College Golf Club | Durham, North Carolina | Par 72, 7,154 yards|
|Rating||Team ranking | Individual ranking|
|Field||Duke (host), Charlotte, East Carolina, Elon, Loyola (Md.), Nebraska, NC State, North Carolina, UNC Greensboro, UNC Wilmington, North Florida, Penn State, Princeton, Virginia Tech|
|Lions Nittany in competition||Lou Olsakovsky, Jimmy meyer, Patrick sheehan, Morgan lofland, Ben smith|
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – The Penn State men’s golf team are set for their second fall action of the season as the Nittany Lions travel to Durham, NC to participate in the Duke’s Rod Myers Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.
The strong group of 14 teams includes several teams that have been ranked in the GCAA Preseason Coaching Survey, including No.4 from North Carolina, No.23 from North Florida, State from North Carolina and host Duke, who were both the first two teams to receive votes in the first poll. Shotgun tees will begin on a Saturday at 9 a.m. for the 36 holes of opening day, while all 18 holes will be played on Sunday with tee times starting at 7:35 a.m. on the 7,154 yard par 72 course. of Duke University Golf Club.
Penn State will be represented by a graduate student Lou Olsakovsky, juniors Jimmy meyer, Patrick sheehan and Ben smith, as well as a first year student Morgan lofland, who all competed in the season opener last weekend at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate.
Penn State finished third at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate last weekend with a total of 864 teams. Sheehan led the way for the Nittany Lions as he finished tied for fifth at 5 below par. Olsakovsky and Lofland both finished tied for 14th, tied. Meyers played individually and was tied for 20th at 4 points, while Smith was tied for 31st at 8 points.
The Rod Myers Invitational is named after Duke’s longtime male golf coach who lost his battle with leukemia in 2007. The Nittany Lions are participating in the event for the fifth time in the past six years. Penn State won the event in the fall of 2018.
Live stats and results from the Rod Myers Invitational will be available on GolfStat. A recap of each day and the results will be available on GoPSUsports.com.